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|Please note: This article is about the tactician. For other uses of the term, please see Natsu (disambiguation).|
War of the Rich Frog Edit
Dragon Border Conflict Edit
The Lion had been lost a war, and its leader. The new Lion Clan Champion Ikoma Otemi believed the Lion needed a leader who would inspire them, a hero. In 1167 the ronin leaders of a broken peasant uprising had been fleed to Dragon lands. Otemi appointed Natsu as a Taisa and gave him command of a Lion legion stationed on the Castle of the Swift Sword, to pursue the ronin. He should request free pass to the Dragon, and after his expected refusal to begin a conflict. The Empire would learn to respect the Lion once more, even if the cost would be measured in Dragon lives. 
Opinion about Enlightenment Edit
The quest for Enlightenment was a false path for Natsu. As a historian, he had delved deeply into the scriptures and found nothing to support the outlandish claims of those who said that they had found Enlightenment. Enlightenment was an intensely personal quest, an individual struggle for understanding that rarely succeeded. 
Khan's Defiance Edit
In 1169 Natsu fought at the Battle of Toshi Ranbo. His unit had killed that of the gunso Utaku Fujiko, and he was about to kill Fujiko himself when the Phoenix army arrived and separated the fighting forces throughout the city. 
In the Month of the Rooster Natsu and Akodo Katsumoto enjoyed the sake at the Liquid Pearl sake house. A fight broke out between Natsu, Katsumoto and Tsuruchi Amaya outside the sake house, which escalated severely resulting in the banishing of both the Lion and Mantis from the capital by the Phoenix. 
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